Hi and welcome Brisbane & Beyond which ties in with my books on Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.
- Brisbane's Best Bush, Bay & City Walks
- Best of Brisbane
- Best Village & Coastal Walks of the Sunshine Coast
- Building Brisbane's History
Tag Archives: Activities
If you’re visiting Brisbane’s South Bank or catching a show at QPAC, check out the Art of the Lion King at the Tony Gould Gallery. This free exhibition features some of the intricate costumes from the stage musical, The Lion King. Up close, … Continue reading
Brisbane Open House We really enjoyed Brisbane Open House on Saturday 1 October 2011 – our first time participating in this architectural event. If you’re not familiar with Brisbane Open House, it’s when the doors of many Brisbane city buildings, usually … Continue reading
If you’re interested in architecture, you won’t want to miss Brisbane Open House Day on Saturday 1 October 2011. This special event, which coincides with World Architecture Day, is when the doors of many Brisbane buildings, usually closed to the … Continue reading
We all know that walking is a great form of physical exercise. Here are a few benefits you could get from being a regular walker: – lower body fat – less chance of heart attack or stroke – improvements in joint … Continue reading
It was good to see our beautiful CityCat and little cross-river CityFerries running again from Valentine’s Day. Many of the ferry terminals on the Brisbane River were damaged during the devastating floods in January 2011 and some are still being … Continue reading
This is the perfect time of year for walking in Brisbane. The mornings and evenings are cool and you’re almost guaranteed clear, blue skies. If you’re an early riser, walking along the cliffs at Kangaroo Point gives you one of … Continue reading
If you’re looking for walking tracks in Brisbane suitable for children, take a look at my article on the Ourbrisbane website. Each walk has a ‘reward’ at the end – either a playground or nature centre with animals.